As Russia continues its illegal and unjustifiable invasion of Ukraine, Canada will remain steadfast in its support for those who have been forced to flee. This includes helping people find…
Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership
The Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (TCLIP) brings community leaders and organizations together to develop welcoming and inclusive communities, where established residents and newcomers feel a sense of belonging and attachment.
Orientation session | Anti-Oppression Capacity-Building Cohort
Training 1 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Coaching Session 1 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Training 2 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Training 3 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Coaching Session 2 | Anti-Oppression Capacity Building Cohort
Sessions are open to service providers in Metro Vancouver and BC. Participants will attend three workshops and two group coaching sessions.
We’re looking to engage 20 organizations and groups who support and deliver settlement services in the Tri-Cities to explore interest in community-based planning.
Tek Talk (In Farsi)
Tax Tips for Newcomers
Tek Talk (In Farsi)
Korean Adults Group
Register to become a Library Champion
Change Your Mindset as Newcomers to Find Your Way
Community organizations can find resources to support their work on diversity, equity & inclusion.
New to Tri-Cities
Newcomers can find programs and services that will help them settle smoothly in our communities.
Langley’s Ishtar Women’s Resource Society organized an International Women’s Day event highlight this year’s theme of Embrace Equity. This year’s event included a panel discussion at the Timms Community Centre,…
Two Burnaby residents and an organization were among the recipients of the 2023 B.C. Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Awards. Aria Law, at age 15, won the Emerging Leader Award for her…
Richmond resident Joe Lian shines as a chef during the day making fine western dining for customers. At night, he transforms into “Zhou Zhou”, a stand-up comedian that shines on…
It appears as if Richmond’s serial racist is back at it again, this time confronting a server inside a new dessert shop in the city. The man, who the Richmond…
Just over a third (38.2%) of respondents aged 15 or older reported having experienced discrimination at some point before or since the pandemic. Read more…
Inclusive writing – Guidelines and resources
The Guidelines for Inclusive Writing are designed to help the federal public service and any other organization produce writing that is free of discrimination based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disability or any other identity factor. To learn how this content was developed, read the page History of the Guidelines for Inclusive Writing. Not everyone will agree with all